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Glen Davis
11-14-2010, 07:50 PM
Saw the newest offering from Stone Cold Steve Austin.

Quite a bit better than his last two starring roles, but not up to The Condemned, although it shares a similar plot.

Stone Cold is a border agent whose partner (Eric Roberts) is killed, and gets transferred to Montana, where he is forced to aid bankrobbers hunt down a traitor to their ranks and get the loot.

Gary Daniels has a nice supporting role. Most of the time he smokes cigarettes in a threatening manner, but his moves are still great. The fight between he and Stone Cold, who is back to brawling after his uncomfortable turn as a pseudo martial artist in The Condemned is great. It's nice that not everyone knows kung fu.

It's fun to see three cast members of The Expendables reunite. I wouldn't have been surprised to see a cameo by some other members, but no such luck.

Anyway, pretty good with a script that seems written for Stone Cold, instead of just something rejected by Seagal.

Randy Thomas G
11-14-2010, 09:55 PM
Title sounds like a CATIII flick.

Steven Millan
11-14-2010, 11:14 PM
I enjoyed this film,for it's action packed and THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION's Gil Bellows makes a tremendously amazing turn as the main baddie,for it's nice to see someone new like Steve Austin giving his try in the DTV action department instead of the regular name(such as Seagal or Van Damme) as the hero for a change,and Gary Daniels is quite good in the supporting baddie role(and really gives Austin a challenge in their fight scene),as well as a rugged hero who isn't skilled in the martial arts but a two fisted regular joe(who unleashes his inner tough guy when he eventually has to).

Since someone brought up Seagal's name,it's interesting to note that the director(Keoni Waxman)is a veteran director of a few Seagal DTV films,and Daniels had a brief fight showdown with Seagal in SUBMERGED.